Challenge yourself to visually correlate fractions.
Researchers at a university in North Eastern USA are using this app to determine if children are able to visually compare and match fractions. Give your child an edge by teaching them fractions in the same way that educators teach.
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We love to hear from our users. If you have any questions or ideas for a new feature drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CalendarKit is an open source project we have been working on to insert a calendar in an iOS app. There are many calendar frameworks that can be used but when we needed one they all seemed to be missing something that was important to us. As of June 2, 2016 we have implemented all of the features that we need. However, if you have a request for a feature let us know. We want to make this the best calendar framework there is.
The code can be found on GitHub and can be added to your project as source code or compiled into a framework.
Completely customizable UI – Font, color, placement of UI elements – EVERYTHING.
Set a minimum and maximum date – The calendar will never scroll beyond those dates.
Set disabled dates – In some applications special dates such as holidays should be disabled.
Set disabled weekends – A quick way to disable all weekends.
Accessory views – Need some way to indicate there is data related to a particular date? Use the accessory view!
Usable wherever needed – Full screen? Embedded in a larger screen? In a popover? This calendar can do it all.
For sample code on how to best use CalendarKit, checkout the GitHub page. There is a sample app in the same project where I have demonstrated a lot of the flexibility of the framework.
If you want to get started quickly all you need is this code: